shows that, despite their glamorous public lives, the Kennedys
were as human as the rest of us.
on the couple's most intimate moments, including Jackie's
defloration in a Paris elevator, and her amusing, albeit catty,
disposition (kept under wraps because of her political
standing), the ivory tower of their existence seems less out of
titles such as "Indiscreet," "Love Lies Bleeding," and "Pleasure
First" the book reads a bit like a romance novel, but with a
biting touch of reality.